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Explored these on a recommendation and was worth the visit, in here for nearly an hour and for good reason as these are so vast in distance & allows you to take in everything that happened, luckily for us on our visit could go at...More
Totally authentic experience. The large size of the air raid shelter makes you feel amazed at the number of people who could find shelter in here. The long tunnels add to the expanse of the area. Informative historical narrative adds to the experience. Worth a...More
We were, to be honest, a little confused until I saw the picture on here. It is near to the fabulous Church of Melieha and Miss Melieha was having a photo shoot done, so myself and my son had a shoot of our own. Not...More
Malta is a very interesting destination for anyone keen on military history. This shelter, while not mainstream, epitomises the way of life and huge difficulties facing civilians and their families as they faced enemy air raids during WW2
A great experience, Malta is full of these fantastic little things to see and do. A quite eerie experience, not busy, and mooching around these tunnels putting yourself in the place of history really makes you realise the sacrifices that the people went through. Well...More
I thought this was a great place to visit , at 1st I thought I was paying two euro's to see a room, but decided to have a look anyway, I was shocked and a little scared as I am claustrophobic to find it was...More
Very well preserved place, but one has to use the imagination of how the nation had to gather in these places to avoid bombs and the prayers that were said during the ordeal which in Malta was continuous. Felt sorry for the lost souls of...More